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MLB PrizePicks Promo: Win $50 if Any Game Has a Scoreless First Inning Sunday!

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AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill. Pictured: Clayton Kershaw

You may have already experienced the thrill betting a NRFI (no runs first inning) bet. But you’ve probably never experienced one quite like this.

At PrizePicks, you can take home $50 on Sunday if any game has a scoreless first inning. That’s right, as long as there’s at least one NRFI on Sunday’s slate, you’re a winner.

Place a $5+ MLB entry, Get $50 if any game has a scoreless 1st inning!

Win $50 on a Scoreless 1st Inning!

Sign up using code ActionMLB

Place a $5+ MLB entry

Live in 31 states!

Check out the details below.


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MLB Offer: Win $50 if Any Game Has a Scoreless First Inning on Sunday!

Enter now: Click here

  • Who’s it for? New users in AZ, AK, AL, AR, CA, CN, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, KS, MA, MI, MN, NC, ND, NE, NM, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VA, VT, WI, WY

PrizePicks, which is known for its numerous player props, is available in a ton of states — even many that don’t currently allow sports betting. And they’ve also got a way for you to get in on the NRFI action.

Check out the “1st Inning Runs Allowed” category in the MLB market, but before that, make sure you’ve taken the steps to claim your free $50:

Click here

  • Sign up using the code ActionMLB
  • Make a deposit
  • Place a $5+ MLB entry

What’s an entry, you ask?

At PrizePicks, you simply have to predict the over/under of at least two player stats in any MLB game, and if you get them right you’ll return a hefty payout! (Of course, you’ll also get $50 loaded into your account if no runs are scored in the first inning of any game on Sunday.)

PrizePicks has already paid out millions to their users — why not add yourself to that list?

WIN $50 ON A NRFI!

Win $50 on a Scoreless 1st Inning!

Sign up using code ActionMLB

Place a $5+ MLB entry

Live in 31 states!

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